Tim Bryden, the program’s executive director, has asked community members who have Facebook accounts to visit the program’s website, ProjectMOST.com, where they will be able to cast their vote.
Participants can vote up to 10 times a day, and the deadline is April 27.
Mr. Bryden said there were originally 3,000 applications, and Project MOST is one of 200 finalists. The top 40 vote winners will receive grants. As of Monday night, Project MOST was in 39th place.
“This is an opportunity to empower the community,” Mr. Bryden said. “It will let people feel like they can really do something.”
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